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-new details in the f.b.i.'s investigation. first let's go downtown in boston. >> the sun is just beginning to rise over the city of boston, a much different city, a quiet city this morning, almost eerie to see boylston street behind me and this morning it still looks like a marathon happened here yesterday. streets are still a mess, papers are everywhere. that area is in lockdown. the business district not reopening today. that remains a crime scene as a terrorist investigation continues right now here on the streets of boston. this event happened just a little bit before 3:00 yesterday afternoon. that's when really the height of the marathon, the elite runners had long since finished about two hours earlier. so the people that were crossing the finish line were many of them charity runners, were here to raise money for leukemia, for the liver foundation, for all the various things that people raise money for in the course of the 26 miles, plus they're running. as they were crossing the finish line, it was family members that were waiting there at the finish lines. so the area was packed w
. >> back now with continuingith coverage out of boston. the f.b.i. is leading the investigation of two bombs that exploded at the boston marathon it's being treated as an act of terrorismful a source confirmsfm that a saudi national here on a student visa is questioned but at this time he is not considered a superintendent. s he isup a person of interest. police officers searched an apartment in a boston suburb saying a search warrant related to the attack has been issued. >> we saw dozens of ambulances on one street. cars on another street. fire trucks just a lot going on. >> and really put a damper on the whole experience. >> wow. the principal authorized a robo call to let people know he was all right. >> another local man in the boston marathonment "the washington post" he had it tour was not injured in the explosions. err this morning we talked toexo him by phone from boston to get his account of chaotic aftermath. >> i finished the race a littlet bit before the bombs went off and i was kind of in the -- i te was about two blocks away. i had already picked up my gear bag and when
the f.b.i. is taking the lead in the case and treating the attack as a terror investigation. however they say it's still unknown whether the attack was foreign or domestic. let's turn to maureen. >> we're learning more tonight about the victims their injuries and exactly what type of daevic was used to unleash this carnage on innocent bystanders and runners at the boston marathon. >> some blasts rocking a usually festive day in boston. runners going from running to the finish line to running for safety after two massive explosions at crowded cope lee hall just before 3:00 p.m. -- >> everybody ran in and tore down those fences and jumped in and helped the people. it was unbelievable. >> an 8-year-old boy is among one of the three people killed. 141 are injured, eight critically. the hurt includes children with severe trauma and other victims with all take shins and severe burns. most of the injuries are to the victims lower extremities -- i spoke to one of the injured runners's mother. his mother donna johnson says this was her son's first marathon. now he may never run again. >> it w
adviser. then he spoke with the f.b.i. director, robert mueller. then his homeland security secretary, janet napolitano. the from the prt just recently spoke to speaker john boehner about 5:30 washington time about what he knows, and is discussing that with the speaker of the white house-- rather the speaker's office just released a photograph of that phone call. briefings throughout the afternoon for the president, and at 6:10 eastern time we expect the president to be in the briefing room to put this terrorist attack in some context for the american public. we are not expecting any broad declarations, other than this is an active investigation, perhaps criminal, perhaps terrorist, perhaps a little bit of both. the president will try to put this in context for the american public. we expect him to be in the briefing room any moment now gillette photograph you saw was the president speaking with robert mueller, the director of the f.b.i., who is presumably in his command center at f.b.i. headquarters a facility set up after 9/11 for exactly this kind of event. the president will be co
federal acts from the f.b.i. -- agents from the f.b.i., homeland security and a list of other agencies conducted searches of some nearby buildings looking for clues and possible suspects. three people, including an 8- year-old boy, were killed in the explosions. more than a hundred other people are injured. >> the explosions went off about 15 seconds apart and were about 100 yards from each other. more than a dozen people remain hospitalized in critical condition. president obama vowed to find those responsible for the bombings and to bring them to justice. the president never mentioned the word terrorism but the fbi is treating the explosions as a terror act. no group so far has claimed responsibility for the blasts. >>> cities around the country have increased police patrols in light of these bombings. the secret service has spannedded its security perimeter on the white house as well. and police in london are getting very strict with their security because the london marathon is coming up this sunday. >> wusa9's delia goncalves is live in the satellite center with more on the respon
, surveillance photo, the f.b.i., the police can circulate that there among all police agencies, perhaps among spectators how much they want to tip their hand i don't know and that could lead them somewhere. so these are big developments. they're now willing to say outside they believe these were bombs. number two, they think they were probably secreted in some kind of trash can and that makes sense because after the explosions we heard about the warning to stay away from trash cans and very importantly the third device which we know about, an unexploded device we are told has been recover intact. that was in a trash resentable near the finish line. so these are preliminary bits of evidence, scott, but in the end it might help point us in the right direction. >> pelley: bob, thank you very much. so that would be our first law enforcement confirmation that explosive devices were behind these explosions in boston and apparently this attack was meant to be even graver than it has been. two bombs, apparently have exploded but at least one other has been discovered by police and, in fact, we're --
the finish line will remain a crime scene for at least two more days. the f.b.i. agent in charge would not confirm reports agents are questioning a saudi national who was injured in the blast. police searched his home in the suburb of revere. >> i'm not going to say who it might or might not be in custody right now. >> reporter: the injured people, several of whom lost limbs in the attack, are being treated in hospitals across the city. doctors say the bombs were packed with shrapnel. >> probably this bomb had multiple metallic gregments in them. we removed nails. >> reporter: no one has claimed responsibility for the attack. mayor thomas menino says yesterday was a bad day for boston, but the city will overcome. reporting live in boston, i'm randall pinkston. back to you. >> thank you, randall. >>> washington, d.c. along with other u.s. cities have increased their security after yesterday's attack. part of new york's laguardia airport has been evacuated due to a report of a suspicious package. here locally, d.c. police have increased their patrols along today's emancipation day parade
and woman power necessary to put all the information together that's something the f.b.i. can do well. unfortunately in the past in these investigations federal law enforcement use it as a one way street. they'll take information from the locals and they won't share anything. from watching the press conference i think they're will be the kind of sharing back and forth that needs to occur in order to advance the investigation. >> what do you make of the reports from seen year law enforcement that there was no chatter about this leading up to the event? >> because this was a domestic event if there was any chatter that was international it doesn't necessarily mean that it they were prepared to share it with the local law enforcement. i think that will be one of the other interesting stories to follow in the coming days. because in the past the f.b.i. has been very effective at detecting internationally and domestically activities before they occurred. this one clearly got through all the safety nets and it is you know this clearly involved more than one person. >> and that's what i was
. >> new fears over a missing fair fax county boy.x co the f.b.i. gets involved asol there are new clues about where the boy may have been taken. we've got a live report straight ahead. >> tax deadline. have you filed yet? if not don't rush and make mistakes especially if you livee the district. why people in our region are most likely to be audited. a >> stretch by the sequestered.ed with many federal workers facing furloughs house budgets can be trimmed. a certified financial planner will join us to explain why you shouldn't be dipping into your savings. good morning, i'm tony perkins. >> i'm wisdom martin in for allison seymour. before we get to the tax stuff. we know it's april 15. we don't need to remind peopleid about that anymore. tucker barnes.er >> good morning. a little rain to start your day. it's not going to rain all day but you might want to bring an umbrella. there's a look at your radar.adr most of area dry at the moment. showers south and west of town. it's going to budge north and east. front royal, culpepper, work out 66 towards marshall light rain shower activity. a o
with their financial affairs, the v.a. sends their name to the f.b.i. and they go on a nics list. and all of a sudden that takes away their second amendment right to own a gun. and it says that be in that lives in that house -- so it could be a spouse, it could be a child, it could be an adult child, for that fact -- also cannot own a firearm because the -- the -- the ruling says there can't be a firearm in th the -- in the -- in the residence. clearly, an appropriate determination if a veteran or any other american is found to be a harm to themselves or has a -- a mental disability, that we would all agree should disqualify them from gun ownership. now, let me say for the purposes of my colleagues and for the american people, this is not the standard that we currently apply at the veterans administration. we look at a veteran who's served his country and we say, you can't balance your checkbook so we're going to assign a fiduciary to you to balance your checkbook. you can't own a firearm. think about this. the fiduciary may be the spouse and all of a sudden that name goes to the nics list. why? beca
in a boston suburb. a person of interest is being i questioned by the f.b.i.. we'll have the breaking details. >> treating the wounded as boston emergency rooms quicklyuk filled with bombing victims, a new race began to save lives. our fox medical team will join us live to discuss the wide variety of injuries and why some of those hurt may not yet know it. good morning, i'm tony perkins.r >> i'm wisdom martin in for allison. let's talk about weather. >>talk tucker barnes joins withs look at what happening acrossnig the region.egio >> cloudy yesterday.terd temperatures not out the 60sday. we're starting with clouds, hoping we're going to seeng w breakings, get sunshine and thaa allows them to warm up to the t low 70's today. spring-like weather. somebody asked me to describe it. ask i said springy. >> springy? >> works but okay. [ laughter ] >> i'm working on what to say.y. >> 57 reagan national, dulles 55 this morning. 54bwi, marshall. we have cloud cover to start the day. that's the gray you see out there. starting to see a breakthrough as thesee sun gets up. should be able to mix up the th
yesterday and the police were all around my neighborhood. he played at the f.b.i. building. i guess he has been there before. usually, it's at the interior. >> right. >> some reason he picked the f.b.i. yesterday. >> where is the fbi building? >> on pennsylvania average across the street from the justice department. >> from justice. is that where it is? >> right. right across the street. >> who knows why? this was really inside baseball here but he was going in and out of the north portico. is that because -- do you know? the guard earn tour was this weekend or something? >> that's right. visitors on the south side taking rose garden so he had to leave from the front door which is unusual. >> on the issues of the day, two issues that he has made prior to seem to be moving some progress on both. let's let's start with guns. we've got now this compromise put together by joe mancion and pat toomey which the president has endorsed. there could be a vote on that as early as this week. >> at least three republicans have signed on. you know they will move to % de
to that apartment in revere that f.b.i., police, and other federal agents raided that home, but we still don't know the connection. of course as with everything involved in this investigation, details are still sketchy and still fluid, very unfoaldzing at this hour. the blasts have shaken bostonians and many around the world. most major cities including the district are now on heightened alert. cbs is reporting several other bombs have been identified throughout the city, but thankfully they did not detonate. police stress they do not have any suspects in custody but are questioning, quote, many people. we are hearing there is surveillance video showing a man with what appears to be to backpacks in the boylston street area just moments before the explosions. >> police and medical personnel from across the region have sent dozens, maybe even hundreds of volunteers to help us here in boston. that's what americans do in times of crisis. we come together and we help one another. moments like these terrible as they are don't show our weakness. they show our strength. >> we still do not know who did this
, thank you, and f.b.i. director muller, yesterday for joining us last evening and for classified briefing in the capitol. on boston, the tragedy. we want to welcome you here today as our secretary led the department, i think, since 2009, and starting her second term. we're glad you came here for a second hitch. given the recent bombings in boston, we appreciate your efforts. times you lead. we also want to offer you any time if you want to take any, if there are any updates you want to provide for the ongoing efforts in boston. and you're now recognized to do that and for your statement. thank you. welcome. >> thank you, chairman carper and ranking member coburn, members of the committee. for the opportunity to discuss the president's fiscal year 2014 budget request for the department of homeland security. before i begin, as the chairman acknowledged, i would like to say a few words about the attack in boston. our thoughts and our prayers remain with the victims and their families and with the city of boston. d.h.s. is in fact a big part of the boston community. hundreds of our men and wo
are going to send federal employees from the f.b.i., a.t.f., other agencies, to make sure we can protect america. we extend our sympathies, of course, to all the victims and their families, we express our concern -- mr. cummings: i yield a minute and a half. mr. hoyer: express our sympathies to all of them. and we recognize they have employees at the municipal, boston, around this country, the state level and yes at the federal level, who are going to try to respond and make sure america's safe. let's send a message to those federal employees, because they're our employees, that we respect them, their contribution and let us not bring a bill to the floor and by the way, the gentleman is correct, it passed, not with my vote last year, because i thought it was a message that was incorrect. and i thought there are processes in place today which allow us to act against those who are tax delinquents. but frankly, this isn't a discussion about huge tax delinquents, huge tax frauds, people who are not paying taxes to this country in which they are being so successful. so, mr. speaker, first of
terroristic threats and he is held on $3 million bond. yesterday, f.b.i. ats spent hours ceremonying three storage units in connection with the murder. they collected evidence from his home and home of his in-laws. >> my god, they took a bunch of stuff out of there. it was in the plastic containers. >> anna: williams has not formally been named the suspect in murder of mike and cynthia mcclellan but he has been questioned several times. like a scene from a movie, notorious armed robber makes explosive escape from a prison in northern prance. he took four guards hostage early saturday and used explosives smuggled inside by his wife to blast through five prison doors. once outside the gates he released the hostages and sped away in a get-away car which he later set on fire. a man hunt is underway. >>> louisiana based meat company expanding recall over fears more meat may be contaminated. they are taking back 468,000 pounds of roast beef, ham, turkey and pork from 1 13 states. they say think worry it could be contaminated with listeria to cause fever and muscle aches. so far no, illnesses hav
there, you have over $11 million in luxury private jets for the attorney general and the f.b.i. director. are these necessary expenditures? >> no. absolutely not. you can add to that list $116,000 for sunglasses. that really is an eye opener. then the most egregious example at all is $165 million to purchase a prison in the president's home state of illinois, from the state of illinois, the taxpayers have paid for that in spite of the fact that we have four completely empty new federal prisons that have not yet been brought on-line of the it's going to cost $6 million a year to maintain this empty prison and another 70 million to make it operational, all unnecessary when you got four prisons that aren't being used right now. >> gretchen: what do we do about it? senator tom coburn does this every year. he comes out with this waste book and there is outrageous things in there and before you know it, we're to the next year and we're talking about it again. what can we actually do to stop it? >> well, first of all, the most important thing is for the congress to exercise oversite and then t
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